Q: What must all measurements have?

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A number and a unit

The measurements must be equal to each other.

The area of a shape does not determine its measurements. You need to know its shape. All that can be said is that the perimeter of the shape must be at least 86.83 feet (approx).

I don't know, that's why i asked !!:DD I'm guessing its some kind of two measurements!xD

Yes they must be in the same units of measurements.

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a number and a unit

The measurements must be equal to each other.

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Units

What is the unit.

Units.

Height X width X length X 7.1 = gallons. all measurements must be in feet.

They all are measurements and they all have something to do with matha and life

0.65237 by 3.57

are in the same units

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